Artists and Comedians
Lee Simpson is a British actor and comedian best known as a member of the improvisational group The Comedy Store Players.
He has appeared in a number of roles, including the sitcoms Terry and Julian and Drop The Dead Donkey, the films Paper Mask and Nuns On The Run, and played a key role in co-devising and narrating the improvisational radio show The Masterson Inheritance in the years 1993-1995. He was involved in Paul Merton Live At The London Palladium in 1994, along with fellow Comedy Store Players Paul Merton and Richard ´Susan´ Vranch. Before becoming involved in improvisation, he was, among other things, a croupier in a casino, a cinema projectionist, and a breakfast DJ.
He did his first performance with The Comedy Store Players in 1989, and became a member of the group in 1990.